Church of Santo Salvatore

The church of Santo Salvatore, deconsecrated in the 1860s, is one of the few examples of Byzantine sacred architecture preserved in Sardinia. Its construction can be traced back to the period between the 9th and 11th centuries, as revealed by its masonry structures, the only ones that we can consult in the absence of documents related to that era to deepen our knowledge of the ancient building.

The church has a cross-shaped plan, covered internally by a barrel vault and originally ended to the east with three apses of which only recently traces have been found at the foundation level.

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